Try these tips:
Eat five to six small meals every day.
Keep quick, easy snacks on hand, such as nuts, raisins, cheese and crackers, dried fruit, and ice cream or yogurt.
Spread peanut butter on toast, crackers, apples, bananas, or celery. One tablespoon of creamy peanut butter gives you about 100 calories and 7 grams of protein.
Add nonfat powdered milk to mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, and hot cereal.
Add extras to your meal, such as butter or margarine, cream cheese, gravy, sour cream, and cheese.
I think I was down 1 1/2 lbs. at the dr.'s office yesterday from my last visit a month ago, but I used the other digital scale and not the old fashioned scale. My mid-wife didn't say anything at all about my weight, so I figure I'm good to go. This is the first time with any of my pregnancies that I haven't gained any weight so far. Don't worry, I'm sure things will change pretty soon though.