Have another glitch:
Well, d’uh! The gift of foresight had to come from someone in the family, right?
(Yes, I know that’s not necessarily true. It doesn’t have to be genetic, and genetic traits don’t have to express in the parent for them to be present in the offspring, especially not in SF/F stories. There’s always the given by a fairy godmother trope, for example. Or genetic engineering. Or genetic engineering by the fairy godmother…)
Despite the way some writing (in D&D books, for example) capitalizes the names of magic spells, etc., foresight (a.k.a. precognition) is not a damn spell, and it isn’t supposed to be capitalized. (See this face? This is my exasperated-precog face.) Not that the names of magic spells are normally capitalized, either, but maybe some writers think capitalization of random nouns gives the writing a faux-Medieval feel or whatever. *shakes head*
It had already been known the baby would have foresight.