Sounds like she wants to be near you, which is normal. Unless there's a reason to keep her out of the bedroom (e.g. allergies) I'd just crate her by your bed (if she's not reliable with housetraining) or puppy-proof the bedroom and let her sleep in closer proximity to her people.
When I first started letting my most recent puppy sleep loose in my room, I had a couple low-sleep nights while we worked out exactly what the rules were (i.e. night time is for sleeping, not playing, and no you cannot smother me in my sleep by laying across my face, and no do not steal my pillows or blankets) but he settled into the routine quite quickly, and he was a complete monster compared to a normal puppy. Yours will probably be fine. I'd start on a night when you don't have to be up early for work the following morning, though.
One of the original purposes of domesticating dogs was to have them watch over us at night, and I think that impulse is still very strong for dogs even though now they're decorative fluffballs. Heck, I sleep better with a dog nearby, too.