Welcome and congratulations on the baby to come!
I think the best type of bottle to use is one with a slow-flow nipple. I know some moms have good luck with Adiri and Breastflow bottles, which are designed to be more like the breast.
One thing a lot of moms don't realize is that you should wait to introduce a bottle. Ideally, you wait 4-6 weeks, or until breastfeeding is well established. Babies really like bottles, because feeding from a bottle is much easier than feeding from the breast. So you want baby to really master the art of breastfeeding before you put artificial nipples into the mix. A lot of moms intorudice the bottle very early, and then end up struggling with a baby who fusses at the breast or even rejects it outright, because he/she prefers the ease of feeding from a bottle. If dad and grandma and grandpa start saying things like "it's not fair that only you get to feed the baby, how are we supposed to bond?" remind them that with a newborn, their job is to help you succeed at breastfeeding, and that there are ways to bond with a baby besides feeding him. They can do diaper changes, rock baby, wear baby in a sling, give him a bath, cuddle, sing lullabies, etc.. But feeding baby should wait.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"