Imagine a parent have several impolite and rude children who make lots of problems. Once one of the children who is a teenager makes a bad problem for their neighbor who is a middle aged man. It drives him crazy and he goes to their house and calls his father. He says:
- Everybody knows how to make a child. What is important is the way you raise up a child. It requires lots of care.
Does the bold part above sound idiomatic and natural to a native speaker? If not what shall I use instead to make myself understood in a natural way?