Lucy was, in the term used by her biological parents, was a bastard child. This shouldn't have been all so terrible, right? Her parents could move on and love her all just as well, couldn't they? Well, to Edward Flint, her biological father and only a sixth year at the wizarding school of Hogwarts at the time, and his family took this child very seriously. Not only was he not out of school nor wedded, but the mother was a muggle-born 'nobody' who brought shame to the entire Flint legacy. Luckily, the Flints and Edward were able to keep this problem a secret as the muggle-born he had taken to bed with did not have any want to raise such a child either. So, the muggle-born flew to North America for some months until having the child and putting her up for adoption in a regular, ordinary orphanage. This child would be given the name Lucy in the orphanage and it stuck when being adopted at the age of two by the muggle fortune-teller, Ximena Frazier.
Ximena pretended to have the magic that Lucy would eventually turn out to actually have, so the two becoming a family was just about fate. The new mother played the part as a fortune-teller and traveled all over the world to read people's fate. Her whole job was about show and leaving the consumer satisfied and impressed. She may have had customers leave questioning if her words were true, but never someone regretting their purchase. Adopting a child was a spontaneous decision of hers, the wanting for a child yet wasn't interested in waiting until she was wedded. She traveled too much to have time for falling in love.
Lucy would begin to learn all the tricks Ximena had up her sleeve from the age of four, and made it her goal to become just as clever and talented as her mom. She did just that. Though, it would be soon realized that the young fortune-teller's child had no need to entertain the customer with made up ideas every time. At the age of five, she would have her first vision in a dream of her mother falling down the steps. It was vague and a simple image in her head, yet still a surprise to find it happen exactly how she remembered a few short hours later. She'd share this with Ximena after it happening a few more times, leaving the fortune-teller just as astonished.
The second gift of Lucy's would arise when she was six, and turned out to be something even more unexplainable than her visions. The event occurred out of an angry Lucy playing with a pack of tarot cards at school while a boy was annoying her with how her and her mom's 'magic' wasn't real. Surprise showed all over his face when he stopped mid sentence to realize all of his fellow classmate's cards were now floating around him by themselves. Truthfully, Lucy was as clueless as the boy was, but found it a lot more fun to pretend the magic was her's and scare him off. Some months later and she found herself doing random acts of magics accidentally, and a year later she was able to somewhat control little bits of her magic like having her cards fly around. About opposite to many muggles or no-maj parents in this position, Ximena was excited every single moment Lucy's magic and visions occurred. Lucy learned all the different forms of Divination and magic tricks her mother knew, and became just as talented with it all. In fact, even more talented since Lucy actually contained the magic. Neither Frazier had an explanation about Lucy until she was ten.
A wizard arrived at the Frazier's apartment and explained the existence of magic and wizardry a few minutes after being let in. Ximena and Lucy were surprised, of course, but not nearly surprised as most families with a muggle-born. Ximena's entire job consisted around somewhat of magic and truly believed in Lucy's when it sprung up four years before. The only difficult part to take in was the idea of her daughter needing to go to a magical boarding school for seven years, but came to terms with the idea that it was best for her wizard daughter.
Being that they were in the United States at the time, Lucy began her wizarding school life by attending Ilvermorny. It was during her second year that she found a book on Seers and Divination, making her realize that she had this special gift. Her time at Ilvermorny hadn't last, the two Fraziers having the travelling bug, and the two somehow managed to figure out of Beauxbatons while spending a year in Paris. A year later, Lucy and Ximena took to themselves to move over to England for some time, Lucy starting Hogwarts in her fourth year.