Yeah his crate is on our night table next to the bed. He peed at 11 before we put him in. Just worried if we let him sleep again we have a repeat incident like last night.
Tom know more about raising puppies than anyone I know. I'd go with his recommendation about letting him sleep.
It could be that he was so exhausted by all the excitement of moving to his new home that he fell so hard asleep that he peed without waking up. Mistakes happen. The important thing is that you completely clean up his bed so that he remains used to sleeping in clean surroundings. If he doesn't get enough sleep because you are getting him up every 15 minutes because he hasn't peed, I think you could end up with different problems, with a cranky, over-tired puppy.
I know how you feel, because I took it as a personal failure on my part when Kodi had an accident. Often it WAS my fault because I had mis-read the signs, or mis-judged his readiness to handle more space. The fact of the matter is that as long as you keep at it, set him up for success as much as possible and MINIMIZE mistakes as much as possible, he WILL eventually get potty trained.
I don't think I'd be using nice, commercially made, padded crate pads at this point, just because accidents happen, and you don't want any lingering odor. Put your nice pads away until he's a bit older, and more reliable, and give him some soft, old towels that are easily laundered for now. I found that old (VERY old!!!!
) flannel receiving blankets from my kids as babies made wonderful puppy bedding.
In training, we say, once is a mistake, twice is a warning and three times is a habit. So don't make TOO big a deal out of this one mistake. If it happens again, try your best to change something to prevent it happening again. If it happens a THIRD time, you really have to look at the situation carefully and see what can be done to remedy the problem.