LOVE the name!
Having an unsettled puppy can be exhausting.
I think Cricket is getting distressed. It's a big step, moving from a litter and mum to being by themselves and a lot of them do get upset.
To get her used to the crate it has to be somewhere good - you may be doing this already. The door needs to be open most of the time, and feed tasty treats in there so she learns it is a good place. Also if she goes in there no-one can disturb her, it is her own safe space.
If the pup doesn't get stressed when the crate door is closed she can be put in it overnight. Take her out to toilet last thing a night, then put a tasty chewy treat that will take her a while to eat in the crate, then close the door and go to bed without making a fuss or saying anything.
If you have a blanket from the breeder with the scent of mum on, it should be in the wee ones bed. Also a worn piece of clothing from yourselves will make her feel not so alone.
If she is not happy in the crate, it may be better to set the crate up in a play pen (either a child's one or using pen panels you can get online) - so she can sleep in the crate but come out into the play pen to go to the toilet, but not run amok over the house.
If she is really upset you can move the crate to your bedroom intially, then once she is comfortable with it you can gradually move it out and down the corridor.