Don't worry about the eating. You're just at the beginning stages of healing, and it will take some time, but you'll be back to your normal eating, don't worry. I actually have just gone back to Weight Watchers, because I gained TOO much weight, and it hasn't even been a year since my surgery.
My surgeon said that I could eat anything that could be chewed to a liquid, and that worked great for me. That's actually pretty much anything. You'll know as you chew if it's going to be liquid...if not, have a napkin handy. Take small bites, though. I'm happy he gave me that instruction, rather than soft or liquids (I was able to eat anything after seeing him 5 days post op). It's so much more satisfying eating real food.
Bread is bad, but toast is easy to chew. My husband and I go out to eat a lot, and yes...I couldn't eat much for the first couple of months, but I went anyway. A bowl of soup from Olive Garden lasted me several meals when I brought it home. Crackers go down very easy and chew to a liquid with no problem.
We went on vacation at the four month mark, and I was able to eat anything I wanted, and my portions were fairly normal. It takes time, but if you can relax and let it happen, you'll be just fine. The more you fight the process, the harder it will be for you.
Remember, you've got post surgical swelling of the wrap right now (it peaks at 2 weeks). My surgeon said that the reason we feel so full so quickly is the swelling. The stomach interprets it as fullness. Wow, it sure does!
Hang in there, Stormie. You'll do just fine.
Stay around this forum and you'll get lots of answers, support, and encouragement!
Take care and have a great night.