Absolutely. It took me years to "forgive" myself for resorting to bottle feeding with my two children. I was definitely made to feel like a monster by one nurse in the hospital after I told her I would be calling in DH to bring in some bottles and formula as I struggled to breast feed no matter how determined I was - after seeing a lactation consultant in the hospital I found out that due to a physical condition I'd need to use nipple shields with every feed and by that time I was black, blue and bleeding from trying so hard to BF. The first nurse had tried to express some colostrum and because I'd had DD attached (thinking she was feeding properly) for hours incorrectly I was blistered and the nurse continued to physically express me using her fingers and a syringe through my tears, I was in agony. Even when I mentioned using a bottle she snapped "make up your mind"! After a 40+ hour long labour which ended in an assisted induction I didn't even have the energy to defend myself, instead I just cried and told her to back off. Thinking back on it makes me so upset to this day.
My decision to bottle feed was the best thing I could have done and I'd do it again with future babies without a second thought.
It's such a shame that there's still such stigma and judgment regarding bottle feeding, it's total ignorance.
Bottle feeding is absolutely fine!