DDCC....Just wanted to offer some support and let you know that I've felt the same as you this pregnancy. With my ds, I lost 3 pounds the first trimester due to morning sickness, so I felt like right out of the gate I was going to be good with my weight. I also had him a month early, so didn't continue to get bigger that last month. I never thought about my weight during that pregnancy and after and eventually lost the weight after a year without trying (just breastfeeding).
I've always had a low thyroid and it seemed to take a dive when my ds was 1.5 years old. If I ate anything I literally gained weight. I became afraid of food. I was still in the normal range for thyroid, but I could tell that it was off. I finally went to a doctor who told me I was in the very low normal range and she tripled my dose. After 3 years of struggling with eating, I finally got it under control with her and the pounds came off (with diet and exercise). I was a healthy 125lbs when I got pregnant and the best I had looked since having my son.
Then I got pregnant with this one (I'm due in December) and ended up taking medication for the vomiting. Needless to say, I've been eating constantly to not feel sick. I've gained about 14 pounds so far and I am only 16 weeks pregnant. I've felt huge and none of my clothes fit me any more (even my fat, fat clothes). I've been struggling big time, but I feel I have no choice because of the nausea and what I can and can't eat. To help myself, I have been buying bigger, cute clothes I can wear this summer. I've also been focusing on other things with my body. Making sure my toes are painted and cute, my hair is cute, I've been outside and have gotten a tan so I look cuter in my clothes. These all have helped. The best thing, though is in the last 2 weeks, I have "popped". My butt that looked so big is now looking much smaller with my belly next to it. I look way more in proportion and everyone is commenting on how cute I look. I wear loose skirts and tight shirts so that I look like I'm all belly. This has helped me actually feel beautiful for the first time in 3 months!
So my long-winded point? Hang in there! You will be all belly soon and if you are like me, your skin and hair will also start to look amazing! Now that I'm feeling better, I'm able to eat more healthfully and even though the scale is still inching up, I feel better about those pounds then I did before.