The moon is in an elliptical orbit around the earth. When it’s closer it looks a lot bigger than when it’s further away. The moon varies from 252,088 miles at the farthest point to 225,623 miles away when it is closest.
That’s a difference of about 27 thousand miles. If there is a full moon when it is close, that’s called a super-moon. These are not close distances. You could fit over 28 earths between our Earth and the moon.