When I increase in ribbing, I try to make the edges match what would come next. So if the present pattern starts with kk, I'd p1,k1 into the first stitch so I'd end up with pkk at the beginning of the row, and if it ends with kk, I'd k1, p1 in the last stitch to have it end with kkp. Work those stitches as they appear until the next increase and then increase in whatever stitch comes next.
So you'd have
. . . . . . . . kkppkkppkkppkk
. . . . . . ..pkkppkkppkkppkkp
. . . . . . .ppkkppkkppkkppkkpp
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