I just wanted to chime in with 'bottles do not a papa make!'. Bath time, rocking the baby to sleep, diapering-- all huge confidence booster for a new daddy.
I also worried a lot that DH would not bond with the baby-- he had never held a baby, rocked a baby or even had any desire to be with in drooling distance of a baby before DS was born.
After I had a difficult delivery, DH was left with the bulk of the childcare. We had trouble nursing, so we didn't want to give DS bottles. To my surprise, DH did the swaddling, diaper changes, and within weeks was posting picture on line of my DS's poop (that's my boy!). We fought over who would get to hold the sponge while giving him a bath. And my sweetest memories are of spooning with my DH and nursing DS, while DH held his tiny hand.
I'm not saying pumping and feeding are a bad thing-- but I'd hate for anyone to have the impression that nursing hurts a father-baby bond.