I spent most of the first month of my daughter's life worrying and wondering about bonding with her. My partner and I loved her from the moment we met her in the hospital, but with adoption, bonding and attachment is sort of the holy grail. Over the course of the almost two years that followed, I had a lot of time to rule out the things that definitely aren't ruining your bond with your baby.
I remember the first time a friend commented, while I was feeding my daughter, that she could tell my baby loved me by the way she looked at me. She was about 2 weeks old, so the likelihood of that being reasonable or realistic is probably pretty low, but it was exactly what I needed to hear at the time. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it's what most moms need to hear more often than they might even realize.
There might be things that you could do that would ruin your bond with your baby, but they're a pretty far reach for even the most average moms. Those things you choose not to do because you're worried about your bond with your baby being damaged? They're typically not going to do anything detrimental to the relationship you share with your child, and will, instead and usually, give you the boost of energy you need to strengthen that bond tomorrow.