A couple of things for you.
1) Keep her nails trimmed. It helps tremendously. Do you plan to trim her nails yourself or go to the vet? If you are going to do it yourself, then you'll have to enact it in several steps. Start with touching her paws, stroking them. Then advance to holding them for longer and longer periods of time, stroking the paws etc. Then show her the clipper. let her sniff it, put it on her paw and stroke her paw with it. Then progress to actual clipping.
I was only able to clip Miu's claws by having a confident air about her as I sit her on my lap like a chiild. (I'm right handed). Hold her on your left leg with your left arm around her body and then coming around to hold her paw. Hold her paw firmly but gently and clip with your right hand. If she struggles, I give her a firm 'MM!' sound. She usually looks away from her paws and waits til I'm done.
2) I agree, do not let her play with your hands and feet. Even without sharp claws, it can be uncomfortable on bare skin and also guests may not enjoy playing in this manner. She won't be mad. Opt to use toys with her instead like mice or a ball on a track. I sit there with Jack and push the ball to him, he pushes it back.
Ah, all the firsts are very memorable. It's cool that she's decided to trust you enough to sleep with you!