reminisce with

reminisce with (one) (about someone or something)

To spend time with one thinking back on and sharing memories (of someone or something), especially in a fond and sentimental manner. I spent the whole night reminiscing with Andrew about our times together in college. If you two are finished reminiscing with one , it's high time we got some work done!
See also: reminisce, someone

reminisce with someone

to share memories with someone. I love to reminisce with my sister about old times. Todd was reminiscing with Alice about the good old days.
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Researchers asked 84 parents to reminisce with their four and five-year-olds about experiences that made them happy or sad and about situations involving conflict.
In conclusion, despite the limitation of a small, monocultural sample and consequent preliminary nature of our findings, we nonetheless extend previous research by focusing on different kinds of emotion talk; thus highlighting the strong, important associations of the way in which parents reminisce with their children, and the multiple pathways by which children develop an understanding of emotion during reminiscing.
Each year since, I've gone to Warped to see some good music and reminisce with friends about summers gone by.