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if I say - her father left her at her two years for the time till I write it. Is it correct? or what about - her father left her in her childhood till I write it?

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If I understand what you are looking for correctly, I would use something like:

"Her father has left her, since she was two years old"

or possibly (if correct):

"Her father has left her since her second birthday"

By using 'has' there is no need to use the "till I write this" bit.

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