Parachute’s podcast, Popping the Bubble Wrap, is focused on the “household safety officer”: the person in a family who worries about safety.

Season 2 of Popping the Bubble Wrap returns on March 19, 2024, with more kitchen table chats with parents and safety experts. Are you the person in your family who worries about the safety of others, about buying safety products and using them? Then this is the podcast for you. Parachute’s CEO Pamela Fuselli hosts monthly episodes, supported by our funding partner, Amazon. We’ll release new episodes throughout the year on the third Tuesday of each month.

We’ve rounded up fantastic parents from coast-to-coast in Canada who have interesting stories to share. We also invite parents who listen to the podcast to share their questions with us by phone or email: 647-776-5123 or poppingthebubblewrap@parachute.ca

Popping the Bubble Wrap can be found anywhere you listen to podcasts such as Apple or Spotify.Make sure to use the hashtag #PoppingTheBubbleWrap when you share the podcast with others on social media.

Episode guide

Season 2 (2024)

EpisodeRelease dateLink
Episode 4: From Bumper Pads to Bunk BedsJune 18, 2024Listen now
Episode 3: Setting The Standards For Products Children UseMay 21, 2024Listen now
Episode 2: Choosing a Car Seat For Your NewbornApril 16, 2024Listen now
Episode 1: Poison Prevention in the HomeMarch 19, 2024Listen now
Season 2 trailerMarch 1, 2024Listen now

Season 1 (2022-2023)

EpisodeRelease dateLink
One mom’s quest for safer car seat rulesJune 1, 2023Listen now
Perfect places to playMay 18, 2023Listen now
Water safety? Don’t wing it!May 4, 2023Listen now
How did they get old enough to drive?April 20, 2023Listen now
Ride Safe, Ride On: Kids and ATVsApril 6, 2023Listen now
Breathe easyMarch 23, 2023Listen now
What do mouthwash and daffodils have in common?March 9, 2023Listen now
30 is the new 50Feb. 23, 2023Listen now
Hot tips for cool kidsFeb. 9, 2023Listen now
Concussion: It’s not all in your headJan. 26, 2023Listen now
Do cannabis and parenting mix?Jan. 12, 2023Listen now
Holidays don’t have to be hazardousDec. 1, 2022Listen now
Why are car seats so complicated?Nov. 17 2022Listen now
Fall proof your homeNov. 3, 2022Listen now
Are we safe yet?Oct. 20, 2022Listen now
Risk and rewardOct. 6, 2022Listen now
Worst advice your mother gave youSept. 22, 2022Listen now
No bubble wrap!Sept. 8, 2022Listen now
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