I think you'll outgrow this as the reality of sending them to daycare wears off. I remember sometimes feeling kind of "miffed" when my kids chose Daddy over me -- which is really funny, cuz at other times I WISHED they'd go to him and not me !!
Our 15 yr old and 13 yr old went to daycare and came home with Daddy, more because of scheduling than distance. He LOVED it. His favorite time of the day was picking them up, having the older one yell, "DADEEEEEE!" and run into his arms. I missed a whole lot of that, but when I came home, supper was cooking, the kids were busy playing, and I just joined in and helped.
Don't worry about down the road, though. There are still some very definite differences between Mommy and Daddy. Dave and I share parental chores, and he's a wonderful Dad, and one day I tucked the kids in (more saying good night, pryaing with them and having time for some private one-on-one--we take turns), and I shared something our older daughter was struggling with. He sounded kind of jealous, "She didn't tell me that." Nope. It's a mom thing. I get the stories, I get the insecurities, I get to hear lots of things that don't get shared with Dad. You'll definately have your special stuff, even if he takes the kids back and forth.
After it gets going, you may find that you enjoy the freedom of not having to race to daycare, get them settled, extricate yourself and then get to work ontime. It can be very frustrating and stressful.
You're already doing the first step to getting over it. You're admitting you feel jealous. Be sure to let your husband know that you're a little jealous of him having what you would have considered a "mommy" chore. Make the decisions, however, on what is the best fit for your children, not their Mommy. :-) and it'll be okay. You'll grow through this, and the kids will grow and having your husband intimately involved in the day care issues and the child care is absolutely wonderful. There are lots of women out there, I'm sure, who would be jealous of YOU, because he is such a devoted dad. Lots of men earn the $$ and leave the rest fo Mom. Make sure you sit down and count your blessings ! That'll help to wipe some of the "yucks" away, and then just live through this funny feeling stuff. It'll go away as life settles down into "normal" again. :-)