I have a funny feeling the fiddle leaf fig tree is one of the most loved and hated plants out there. She is a finicky one for sure. I've had this one going on three years maybe even more. I was so worried about losing her with last years move, but alas after much sweet talking she bounced back with new growth even. It seems everyone has their own way of caring for the fiddle leaf, but I thought I would share what has worked for me over the years. Inevitability she will shed leaves every time she is moved, but don't panic yet. Once she feels settled again she should even out. Try to place her in a sunny spot without direct sunlight or it will cause the leaves to brown. Keep her in a spot where it won't get door drafts or vent drafts. Like I said she is finicky. I then only water her when her leaves start to wilt. This may be only once every week or two. I then add a few cups, not too much or again her leaves will begin to shed. Of course this is only what works for me I've seen some people give theirs showers, but mine would die given such treatment. My thumb may just not be that green.