Is there a way to tell when a letter I received from a child was written?

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I wanted to know if there's a way to tell when a letter was written that I receive from my child.
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Jason Graening

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My letters have date at the top in Spanish for my country. I see the day , month and year . It is usually 1 to 2 months old.
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Hi Jason! The date that your child's letter was written should be noted at the top of the letter, often on the right side of the letter :). I'm so very sorry if they forgot to write the date on your most recent letter! :( Because you have several children with us, I'm not sure which child you're referring to. However, after your child's letter is written, it takes 2-3 months for letters to be delivered from the project, to the country office, to Colorado, and finally to your doorstep. This is a good way to gauge when your child's letter was written. I hope this helps! 

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