AA on a 4 flush board

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AA on a 4 flush board

Blinds: $0.02/$0.05 (6 Players) BN: $11.11
SB: $5.35 (Hero)
BB: $12.81
UTG: $6.15
MP: $7.27
CO: $6.33
Preflop ($0.07) Hero is SB with A A
3 folds, BN raises to $0.15, Hero raises to $0.50, BB calls $0.45, BN folds
Overcalling villain is playing 18/7 over 28 hands. I put him on a relatively strong range of ATs+, 88+ with maybe some random suited connectors.
Flop ($1.15) 3 Q 2
Hero bets $0.70, BB calls $0.70
I think I should size up here. I am at least getting called by most pocket pairs once, charging flush draws and KQ,AQ type hands
Turn ($2.55) 3 Q 2 5
Hero bets $1.80, BB calls $1.80
Obviously the flush draw gets there but that isn't a huge part of his range in my opinion. I don't like the idea of checking and giving any diamond a free card (88+ with a diamond for example) I think I could possibly size up and commit myself regardless If I would have bet closer to pot on the flop then I would be left with a near pot sized bet left on this turn.
River ($6.15) 3 Q 2 5 7
Hero bets $2.35 and is all in, BB calls $2.35
Now I have to admit that I was totally tilted here and actually quit my session straight after. I think this spot here could have been avoided by sizing up in earlier streets?
Final Pot SB lost and shows a pair of Aces.
BB wins and shows a flush, Ace high.
BB wins $10.40
Rake is $0.45

Obviously not amazingly well played but it did bring up some interesting spots. Should I have sized up in earlier streets? I don't believe taking a more passive line would be higher EV in the long run but would love to hear your thoughts

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