I think it's easier to sit at the country club sipping sweet tea while a nanny minds your children than it is to work, come home and cook dinner, do homework with the kids, bathe the kids, get everyone to bed, and then clean your own house. And should these women find themselves divorced, they'll likely still be taken care of with alimony etc. if you're asking if it's easier to sell your own hopes and dreams to be a second class citizen to a well to do husband, you've got me. I wouldn't know because that's not now, nor ever will be, the kind of woman I am.
Physically easier vs. mentally easier is something that you should consider though. You are absolutely right, but at the end of the day, you think these women will know their own kids if they allow the nanny to dress them, bathe them, feed them etc. as well as you do who takes care of them all the time yourself? That mom when those kids are grown would regret her decision IMO. There is no way she feels as satisfied as you would. Believe it or not, hard work and exerting effort to benefit another creates a type of satisfaction that can be untouchable. Rich families in so many ways can be very very miserable families, and you know why? They don't appreciate what they have because they didnt do shite to get it, and they feel no ownership over it. Its just another thing to play with, to talk about, to show off etc. You'd feel so good about yourself once your kids grow up, get educations and make a positive impact on the world, because YOU bathed them when they couldnt, because YOU nursed them when they were sick, because YOU drove them to and from soccer practice 1 hour away, NOT a frickin nanny or butler or some other service position the rich indulge themselves in. Money is their child, no hiding it IMO.