Breast size: how much is too much? (pics)

I was thinking the other day about my breasts.  Are they too big?  I started out my adult life as a common 34B.   After spending a few years in the swinging lifestyle I started to envy women with larger breasts. Those women looked fabulous in low cut tops and even better naked. This began my search for the perfect breasts for me.  I poured through websites of plastic surgeons devouring pictures of before and after pictures of naked breasts.  I studied the different procedures and types of implants. I finally made a decision that I wanted to be a full 34C.  This seemed pratical to me because I can still wear that size small top and yet have fuller, larger breasts.  Soccer Dad was overtly supportive of my new adventure and even said that if I was larger than a C cup; it was perfectly ok with him. 

Here I am two years later and a 34DD.  This isn't what I paid for!  I paid for a 34C!!  A, B, C, D, DD, etc is a bra size, not an implant size I have since learned.  The doctor says I am going to give 425CC implants, I say ok.  That should be around a full 34C. 

Before the implants I could fit into a size small top; I didn't need to use a safety pin with every button up shirt and I had matching bra and panties to go with every outfit.  Those days are over for me.

So here I am, large breasts, small waist, and round bottom.  I have the hour glass shape, I am curvy, but am I top heavy?  Is there such thing as too much of a good thing?

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