What is right daughter grow up or daughter grows up?

The word "daughter" is a noun, and it requires the third person singular for the verb. The verb "to grow" is a regular verb and forms its third person by adding an -s. So: "When Barack Obama's daughter Malia grows up, she wants to go to college." In the past tense, it would be "His daughter Malia grew up in Chicago." You would use "grow up" with the first person (I) or the second person (you). I grow up. You grow up. But... he or she or David or Rosa or my son or my daughter grows up.