Another tip for the crate-crying is to put a hot-water bottle and one of those clocks that tick inside next to her. The sound and the heat remind puppies of their mothers, and tends to calm them.
We never did that with any of our puppies (they were all strays and used to being without their mothers by the time we got them). But I've heard time and time again that it's a good idea. I've actually had friends do it and it worked.
It's pretty much only the first two days to the first week that puppies do this. And then everything calms down, and they're fine.
Her crate is covered with a fleece blanket, she got up about midnight last night, I took her out and then put her back in her crate with her kong. She started to throw a fit, but I gave her a stern NO, and didnt hear from her again until 6 this morning. We'll see if she'll behave tonight.