For the past 10 weeks, POD 1 has been your home. Being part of the NICU 3, it meant you were still in a "critical" state and needed intensive care. Yesterday, that finally changed. You were unplugged from the wall and your crib was wheeled away from the space that's been your residence since the day you were born.
You took a 20 meter, 30 second journey over to the NICU 2. It's the furthest you've ever traveled.
In all reality, the move itself didn't change anything. For you, it was symbolic. The NICU 3 is for babies that are unstable. Babies that can have bad things happen to them at almost any time. The NICU 2, on the other hand, is for babies that are on easy street. The "feeders and growers" as they are called. Bad things can still happen to babies in the NICU 2. They can backslide or get sick or remain there for some time, but being in the NICU 2 tends to suggest a big, important thing about babies that arrive there: they are on their way home, soon.