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Lindsay Lohan Says Son Luai’s ‘New Thing’ Is ‘Ripping’ Her Hair Out: ‘I Have Bald Spots’ (Exclusive)

Lindsay Lohan Says Son Luai’s ‘New Thing’ Is ‘Ripping’ Her Hair Out: ‘I Have Bald Spots’ (Exclusive)

The actress shares her son with husband Bader Shammas

Lindsay Lohan's son is just as obsessed with her hair as we are!

The actress, 37, sat down with Irish Wish costar Ayesha Curry, 34, to chat with PEOPLE about their new Netflix movie and life as working moms. Lohan, who welcomed her son Luai last year with husband Bader Shammas, 37, revealed that most of her time is spent with her toddler.

"For me, playing with my son and spending time with him," she says when asked about her daily routine. "Right now he just loves being outside and taking walks, so I just try to get him outside as much as I can because he loves looking around."

"He's ripping my hair out now, so that's the new thing," she adds. "He pulls my baby hairs too, so I have bald spots."

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<p>Patrick Redmond / Netflix</p> Lindsay Lohan in 'Irish Wish'

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Lindsay Lohan in 'Irish Wish'

Related: Lindsay Lohan Says She'd 'Love' to Have More Kids and Give Baby Son Luai a Sibling: 'You Never Know'

Last week, Lohan appeared on an episode of Today with Hoda & Jenna and was asked by the hosts if she wanted to have more kids.

"Yes, of course! I do. Yes," Lohan exclaimed.

"Do you want four like Ayesha?" Hoda Kotb chimed in, gesturing to her pregnant Irish Wish costar, who sat beside Lohan.

"I mean, you never know," Lohan said. "Let's go for a second first. But I love having siblings. I feel so blessed to have other siblings to be able to hang with and talk to and relate with. I would love to have more. I want my son to have that same experience."

<p>James Devaney/GC Images</p> Lindsay Lohan at the 'Irish Wish' premiere

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Lindsay Lohan at the 'Irish Wish' premiere

In February, Lohan and her husband took a picture with NBA star Steph Curry, 35, after they attended a Golden State Warriors game. Lohan stood between Steph and Shammas, while the basketball player gestured towards the actress in the picture.

On the other side of the actress, Shammas held up a signed Curry jersey, which read "To Luai" and "Your godparents love you!" in Steph's writing, confirming that Steph and his wife Ayesha are Lohan's son's godparents.

Irish Wish is streaming on Netflix Friday.

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