Is your puppy making such a ruckus even if she was the quietest puppy of the group? I really am not surprised! She probably hates sleeping alone. Is there any way she could sleep with someone? Perhaps with your daughter or son? That would make puppy happy. The puppy might potty in the room if she has free reign of the entire room, but she would not potty directly on the bed if she were allowed on the bed with you or your child. You could also try attaching her harness to a doggie bed on the floor next to the bed so she can't wander away and potty on the floor somewhere.
You can also put the crate in your bedroom. Or your daughter/son may really enjoy using a sleeping bag and sleeping on the floor next to the new puppy's crate for a few nights while Puppy gets used to being in there. If she is crated in there with you right there she probably won't cry all night!
Lots of people aren't fond of the dog in the room on the floor in a doggie bed or on a child's bed (or an adult's bed) but my dogs do sleep with my children. I actually really like it because I know that if anything happens to my children while they are sleeping (God forbid someone entered my home) my dogs would let me know ASAP. So it does make me feel more secure. Plus my girls just adore having them in there.
The rub to that situation is that our Rosie decided she liked sleeping on the floor next to the girls' beds so well that she pulled her puppies out of their whelping box and wanted their nest to be in the girls' room in between their beds!! She was kinda mad at me when I made her go back to her whelping box. :-)
The other best thing to do to get your new puppy to stop screeching and keeping everyone awake and upset during the night is to exercise her vigorously for about a half hour to an hour before bed. Then (like a toddler also refusing to go to bed) you'll have a wiped out puppy who will zonk right out in her crate without a peep.
Keep in touch and let me know if there is anything you would like me to do to help out!! I am at your disposal!!