There really isn't much to report on our investments. We haven't changed any of our investments allocations or contribution levels, so yet again our investment growth is roughly 1/3 from our normal contributions and the rest from actual market appreciation. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Interestingly enough, both our cars and house values went down this month (according to kbb.com and Zillow.com). The cars going down in value is largely irrelevant since I don't plan to ever sell either vehicle. When we got my wife's current car, we kept her old car for a few months before we found a family member we could give it to (it had originally been gifted to us and we wanted to pay it forward). The nice thing about both of our vehicles is that they are old enough that their values really don't change all that much and this is the first time either of them have changed values in several months. I don't know quite what to think about the home value going down, other than it is good to see that the estimates are not just up, up, and up every month.