Go to the www.Kitten-Rescue.com
site; I've had bottle kittens before, but a long time ago! This is a really good site! And print it out (landscape setting worked best for me) so you can refer to it often!
There was also a link to a calendar that was helpful, and I printed it out too. The Thermacare heat pads (that you stick to you-stick 'em on a towel, wrapped in some towels) or a generic, or I think playtex makes one (in the feminine products section) that is cheaper, lasts a good long time for keeping a warm spot for them (I used one when the power went out and I couldn't heat her rice sock). I also put my kittens in the front of my shirt, up against my skin when I was sitting watching tv or something.
He may go poop every time after he eats, he may not-when in doubt, ask your vet and keep a notebook with feedings (when and how much) and when he went to the bathroom last- those 2-3 hour feedings will make you SO tired and you probably won't remember acurately when the vet asks
. He should go tee tee everytime, though if he is hydrated and I am remembering right
. A warm, wet VERY SOFT (like a baby's wash cloth) also works well and is gentle to the skin. If he gets irritated and sore there, it will just make things worse.
The rescue site has how much to feed them, how often, and for what age. I would also recommend getting a medicine syringe from a pharmacy to measure the formula into the bottle-the measurements on my bottle were way off, and if you feed them too much, they can get the runs and get sick.
Will pray everything goes well and if you don't have kids already, consider this a crash course test run! Babies of any kind are hard work, but rewarding!