I can see you have no clue about how your birth control pills work to prevent pregnancy.
The pill prevents ovulation from ever happening. Because you never ovulate, you can't get pregnant - no matter what you do or when you do it.
If you're taking birth control pills, it's not necessary that he use a condom, at least not to prevent pregnancy. The pill, just by itself, IS your protection against pregnancy; and it's all you need to use.
The pill is 99.9% effective at preventing pregnancy. The .1% failure rate happens when a woman "forgets" to take several pills in a pill cycle. If you take one pill every day, it's almost impossible for you to get pregnant.
NEVER take the morning-after pill if you're taking birth control pills! (1) You don't need it. (2) It's going to dump a massive load of unnecessary hormones into your body and it can mess up your pill cycle.