First off, WELCOME to the world of Bully Pawrenting. It is amazing. You are in luck, all your questions will be answered here and ,then some. You are very brave your first Dog and it is a English Bulldog? They are high maintenance, but so well worth it. Along the way, don't get discouraged, there will be times you will be scratching your head. I will advise you that Bulldogs are so very different than others, so if you have questions, ask here. Many dog owners will give you suggestions, but many things should be done differently with Bullies.
My number ONE suggestion is get her on a great food! Bullies have a lot of problems with foods, make sure it is a very good quality. Go to the Before and After Food stories on the home page. when you change, do it very slow
Second: to answer your questions. It took both of my bullies a whole lot longer than other dogs I have had to learn to hold it for the day and become fully house trained. I am sure it has something to do with "bull" in their name, such as Bull-headed!!!!!!!!! They are not morning dogs at all and puppies take a whole year to develop their bowels, so please be patient. You might want to invest in puppy pads and make sure when in the house, she goes on those. It will help.
I really think at this age you are feeding too much. It will depend on what food you are feeding. Is that one cup of food mixed with water? or does the water and food combo make up a cup? Remember the better the food, the less you have to feed. This due to ugly fillers.
The great thing about this site, you will find many breeders with tons of different puppy experience and advice for many options. I can only give you what I have learned by my two babies.
I look forward to seeing photos!!!! Don't forget the Photo of the month contest.
Again, welcome to the club!!!!