It's a myth that your breasts need time to refill. Empty breasts produce milk faster and have had less time to separate into foremilk and hind milk, so more fat in very small frequent feedings. Easier on baby's tummy. Not that you should worry at all about fore/hind milk. It's all breastmilk and will all grow healthy babies. Just different concentrations of lactose and fat. By stretching feedings out until you are engorged you'll send your body the message it's making to much milk.
You both are very early days yet! I know it seems like parenting will never be anything but boobs and poop. This too shall pass is a frequently heard phrase around here. I remember being utterly baffled around 3 months (I think. You really do forget!) when ds didn't want to nurse all the time. He wanted to look at new things and hold them and babble.
Do you have a local LLL meeting you could attend? I know it's ridiculously cold out but that's a great place to begin practicing nursing in public. It was my first meeting at a cafe that I first NIP'd. Or do you have friends/relatives that have breastfed that would be willing to go out with you?