No, you do not need a disclaimer for your mom blog. However, having a blog disclaimer could limit your liability in the event of legal disputes.
Say, for example, someone injures themself acting on something they read on your blog, and they bring a lawsuit against your site. Having a prominent disclaimer that says readers act on the content of your blog at their own risk could help you win the case.
There are many types of disclaimers, ranging from legal and medical disclaimers to email confidentiality disclaimers. Protect your site by posting the right disclaimers in the right places.
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