I can't remember the recommended age, I think it is 6 Weeks? So there is no nipple confusion.
In the early weeks it is a lot better to latch on directly and demand feed to establish your milk supply as babies are best at drinking milk from breasts. Pumps are not as efficient as babies.
It's great your hubby is willing to help you out so you can rest but latching on directly is a lot easier than preparing and heating up ebm and washing bottles after... Especially the night feeds. Plus breastfeeding releases a special hormone that induces sleep in both mum and baby so both can usually go back to sleep easily (though in early weeks it babies can be a lot fussier and not want to sleep because their day and night is mixed up).
The night wakings dont't last forever, even if they seem like they do!