Thank you so much for all the replies! Ok, I will wait a few more weeks and then repot the little guy.
I just have another question about the medium I have awaiting for repotting. So, surprise surprise, what I ordered off Amazon doesn't quite look like the picture. I ordered this mix because I found a link to it on some site and it was recommended:
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07T85C17V? ... ct_details
It was advertised looking like this:
It arrived looking like this:
Based on how it actually looks, does this look like a decent mix? It's supposed to be 50% peat moss and 50% perlite, but it looks mostly peat moss to me, but I don't know enough about mediums to really make a good judgement.
I don't have space or room to buy and store huge bags to make my own mix, so pre-mixed is my only option. Does this look like it will do for now?
I also had it suggested to me by someone that I should just take my plant in its current sphagnum medium and when it comes to repotting it, just put it straight into the new pot in its current medium and just fill the gaps under and on the sides with the new soil - all to reduce stress. I guess while that does seem easier than having to untangle the moss and possibly hurt the roots, it seems like the whole point of repotting is to change into fresh medium as well as a bigger space. Has anyone ever done what was suggested to me before?
Thank you again for all your time and patience, everyone!