At your baby's age, unfortunately, there's not much you can do. She's still so much a kitten, she still gets excited enough at times that she doesn't quite know what she's doing. Lol...
The only thing I could think of is to put some white noise in the room close-by where you're sleeping. A fan would be great...or you could download some white noise on your computer and play it at night. It'll help drown out a lot of the noise that's keeping you up. I've found that an air conditioner is also a good white noise generator (and they sometimes even have a setting where you can just turn on the fan). If your kitty jumps on your bed, kick your legs around (not violently, just a little so she gets down), and she'll eventually get the idea that you're not part of her playground.
We live in a one bedroom right now, with our six year old daughter in the room, and us in the livingroom with our two cats and bunny. That fan setting on the air conditioner has been a sleep-saver!! It's good because it doesn't generate the cold air, but makes just enough white noise that you sleep like a baby. Of course, the first night might be a bit hard in getting used to all the noise of the fan, but when you get used to it, it's GREAT!!
Let us know how it goes, ok?