Looks fine to me, the baby leaves will drop off, because they only live for a certian period-up to 14months in some cases. Then the plant grows more and has no use for the older leaves so it sucks them dry of nutrients and drops them. As for the other leaves looking a bit droopy, i can see no signs of root rot, apart from that yellow root, which can cause it. So maybe just a bit more often in terms of watering. I prefer to flush mine out when i water, about once a week. You just sit it under the tap and let the pot fill with water and keep it running for about 10 mins. Then you need to stand it on the metal bench next to the sink and let it drain THOUROUGHLY. Usually overnight will do it. Doing this once a week where i live (NZ, our climate is pretty much the same throughout) ensures the roots stay moist and green And it also allows them to dry a bit between waterings.