I think your calories should be more like 2,100.
You need 1,800 a day average for Women, that's for no exercise, so allow another 300 a day for exercise.
Don't however just crank them up a lot at once, step them up gradually.
I reccomend the following two methods, based on a 300 calorie a day rise.
1. 5g Protein, 5g Carbs, 1g Fat, (49 calories more per meal).
2. 5g Carbs, 3-4g Fat, (47-56 calories approx more per meal).
I would definitely opt for option 1 right now, as you said your Protein was off a bit, but perhaps after that, you could use option 2, if you thought the added Protein was enough.
Give your Metabolism a week or two to adjust to the calories, before increasing again, as just bumping up around 600 a day right off, could be quite taxing on the Thyroid and Endocrine system in general, and more of those calories could be seen by the body as excess, convert to fat, and hinder your progress.
This issue could be lessened by stepping up calories in smaller, less physically taxing amounts, as mentioned before.
Does that possible methodology, sound like something you would consider, or would be comfortable with?
Not saying you must do that, just throwing it in the mix so to speak.