We have a Norfolk Island Pine that was doing reasonably well...until we moved. Unsurprisingly, being packed up in a wardrobe box and driven across the country in a moving van (this was in December, so also in very cold weather) has not been good for it.
At the moment it is extremely droopy - most of the branches don't feel dry, but rather limp. We had to shift it in the soil, because it was no longer stable, which I expect is similar to being repotted.
At the moment, we're in a dry climate, and the plant is indoors, facing a window, and is watered ~ once a week or when the top inch or so of soil is dry. It hasn't shown much improvement in the past few weeks, and I was wondering if there is anything else we should be doing.