My 22 month old still wakes and cries for me and sometimes she's hysterical and needs a few minutes before she's calm enough to accept hugs or nursing. I do sleep with the monitor and just go to her whenever she needs me. I do wait a few seconds because often she will go right back to sleep. We didnt cosleep in our bed (DH has a medical issue that negates that) so she's been in her own room from day one and I've been going in there to patent her at night. Recently we transitioned her to a very low double bed and it's been great. She still wakes at night though and I just keep doing what I have done all along. I don't think there's anything you can do to make her stop waking up and calling for you. I'd wait a few seconds, see if she goes back to sleep and go to her if she doesn't. You are very available for her and go to her so apart from being up a couple of times a night, it doesn't seem like a big problem (please correct me if I'm wrong). I think she will simply outgrow it eventually. I think the best thing to do is be available for her and on tough nights simply stay and sleep with her. It's what works for me. I've barely been in my own bed for the last few days since DD is working on those 2 year molars and she's sleeping very lightly and restlessly. Good luck!